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How to help solve Europe's migrant crisis: UN under-secretary

Philippe Douste-Blazy, under-secretary-general to the UN, describes the shocking conditions of refugees trying to get into Europe.

What to expect from the ECB: Capital Economics

Neil Shearing, chief emerging markets economist at Capital Economics, thinks the ECB will hold interest rates on Thursday and talks about the fall of the Brazilian real.

European shares end higher after Wall Street gains

European markets finished higher on Wednesday, reversing earlier losses as Wall Street shares bounce back and Asian stocks pared some losses in a volatile trading day.

German regulator warns of Japan-style risks for insurers

Felix Hufeld, president of BaFin, the German financial watchdog, discusses the long-term risks for insurers in Europe's biggest economy.

Is ECB policy still working?

Francesco Papadia, chair of the board of Prime Collateralised Securities, talks about the ECB ahead of tomorrow's central bank meeting.

Euro and yen to remain resilient: Credit Agricole

Valentin Marinov, managing director and head of G10 FX research at Credit Agricole, discusses foreign exchange and carry trade positions.

World's first 4K phone

Sony has just unveiled the world's first ultra high-definition 4K smartphone. CNBC's Phil Han reports from IFA in Berlin to find out more.

Should you buy back into tech stocks?

Andrew Burkly, managing director and head of institutional portfolio strategy at Oppenheimer, talks about the outlook for U.S. equities.

Morgan Stanley issues buy signal for Europe stocks

Graham Secker, chief European equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, explains why the investment bank has announced this signal and shares his view of where investors should look to invest in Europe.

Oil market is still oversupplied: Strategist

David Hauner, head of EEMEA cross-asset strategy and economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, explains why he remains bearish on oil prices.

Optimism among entrepreneurs at 3-yr high: Survey

Bronek Masojada, chief executive of Hiscox, talks about the findings from his company's survey of 4,000 small businesses across the U.S. and Europe.

 We’re stopping migrants under EU protocols: Hungarian official

Zoltan Kovacs, government spokesperson for the Hungarian Prime Minister's Office, explains why authorities are refusing to allow migrants to travel onwards to western Europe.

Will we see further stock market corrections?

Henry Dixon, fund manager for GLG, discusses volatility in equities and provides his outlook on the markets.

Where are the opportunities in emerging markets?

Edwin Gutierrez, head of emerging market sovereign debt at Aberdeen Asset Management, discusses emerging market debt and the Chinese economy

Should you stay invested in Brazil?

Edwin Gutierrez, head of emerging market sovereign debt at Aberdeen Asset Management, talks about problems in the Brazilian economy and suggests opportunities in frontier markets.

We aren’t panicking over China: German policymaker

Jens Spahn, Parliamentary State Secretary for Germany’s Federal Ministry of Finance, says Germany isn't panicking over recent market moves sparked by fears of a Chinese economic slowdown.

Selling pressure on Canadian dollar slowing: Analyst

Richard Perry, market analyst at Hantec Markets, says selling pressure on the Canadian dollar is starting to slow.

Cautious when approaching China stocks: Analyst

Laurence Bensafi, deputy head of emerging market equities at RBC Global Asset Management, explains why she’s cautious when approaching Chinese stocks.

Europe shares trade higher after Asia stems slide

European markets traded higher on Wednesday, after their Asian counterparts pared some losses in a volatile trading day.

Too much fear around a Fed hike?

Luis Costa, head of CEEMEA FX and rates strategy at Citi, believes that it is surprising that the Fed still has benchmark rates so low for so long after the financial crisis.

Real estate still on client’s minds: CIO

Simon Smiles, chief investment officer for UHNW at UBS Wealth Management, says the asset class most discussed by clients over the past few years has continued to be real estate.

Expect further downside for China stocks: Trader

Quentin Baker, Fixed Income Derivatives Trader at Mako Financial Markets, says the technical charts show there is further downside for Chinese stocks.

Will the Fed raise rates in September? Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015 | 5:50 AM ET
Will the Fed raise rates in September?

Scott Shellady, senior vice president of derivatives for TJM Investments, discusses markets, U.S. GDP data and whether the Federal Reserve will decide to raise rates this month.

Can Dollar Tree shares climb higher? Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015 | 5:30 AM ET
Can Dollar Tree shares climb higher?

Patrick McKeever, managing director and senior equity analyst at MKM Partners, talks about the dollar store chain's earnings and its expansion plans.

Should you invest in corporate debt? Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015 | 5:00 AM ET
Should you invest in corporate debt?

Paul Watters, head of corporate research at Standard & Poor’s, explains why Europe looks like a corporate safe-haven compared to the U.S. and emerging markets.

Weak economic data comes out of China Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015 | 4:00 AM ET
Weak economic data comes out of China

Richard Iley, chief economist for emerging markets at BNP Paribas, discusses Chinese economic data and China's service sector.

Aussie dollar still catching up to commodity prices: Economist

David de Garis, senior FICC economist at National Australia Bank, talks about Australia's currency and recent decisions by the country's central bank.

Where will the US dollar go in September? Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015 | 4:00 AM ET
Where will the US dollar go in September?

Christian Gattiker, chief strategist and head of research at Julius Baer, discusses the case for the U.S. dollar and other currencies.

Global economy isn’t stagnating: Fmr ECB board member

Otmar Issing, former ECB chief economist and board member, and president of the Center for Financial Studies at Goethe University, comments on IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde’s claim that global growth may be weaker than expected.

US to see most polarizing campaign yet: Professor Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015 | 2:30 AM ET
US to see most polarizing campaign yet: Professor

Douglas Webber, professor of political science at INSEAD, explains why the next U.S. election may see some of the most polarizing campaigns to date.

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